Patch22 in Amsterdam wins Sustainable Building Award
Patch22 in Amsterdam has won a Sustainable Building Award. The highest realized timber construction in the Netherlands was one of the three nominees in the Most sustainable project category and was voted the winner by the public.
At the Sustainable Building Awards there were three categories: most sustainable municipality, most sustainable project and most sustainable corporation. Inside, the Circular Ring, the Golden Frog Award and the WoCo25 were awarded. It was the first time that the Sustainable Building Awards were presented in this form. The Circular Ring went to the municipality of Haarlemmermeer, the Golden Frog Award to Waterschap Zuiderzeeland and the WoCo25 to residential home.
The public chose Patch22 as the winner of the Sustainable Building Award. It is the highest (30 m) realized wooden building in the Netherlands. It is set up in an energy-neutral building with a wooden support structure. In addition, the laminated spruce column-beam structure, the laminated pine trusses and the Oregon pine sliding doors in the facades and the cross-layered end walls remain in view.
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